When to water
- Water only when your lawn needs it! How often you water your lawn will depend on the weather, the type of grass and soil you have.
- The lawn should be partly dried out between waterings. This lets in air to the root system, stimulates deeper root formation and creates a more drought resistant lawn.
- Watering every day or every other day is bad for your lawn and leads to disease and a shallow root system.
- Winter watering is generally not necessary unless it is an abnormally dry season. During warmer months, a good deep watering once to twice a week will be sufficient.
Before watering your lawn please remember to check if water restrictions are in place with your local water authority.